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SAGA is a fine dining restaurant perched on the 63rd floor of 70 Pine Street, a landmark Art Deco tower in New York’s Financial District.
The food at SAGA is rooted in European technique but draws inspiration from around the world, primarily the flavors from our childhoods, traveling, and the diverse cuisine in New York City.
Designed by Clinton & Russell, Holton & George, and completed in 1932, 70 Pine is the Financial District’s last great Jazz Age skyscraper, adorned with impeccably preserved Art Deco ornamentation.
The tower was commissioned by the founder of the Cities Service Company (Cities Service became Citgo in 1965 and later moved its headquarters to Tulsa). American International Group bought the building in 1976 and renamed it the American International Building.
The name ‘SAGA’ is an acronym of the first letters of Chef James Kent and General Manager Jeff Katz’s children's names: Seylah, Ayla, Gavin, and Avery.